Stinging Nettle Quiche with Smoked Alaska Salmon

I made this recipe for dinner last night. I made it crust less. It called for 6 eggs, but I substituted one goose egg for three of the chickens’.

I used some of our abundant nettle crop. The recipe calls for Drifters Fish smoked salmon. Although I buy salmon from them each year, I haven’t bought smoked salmon from them yet. So I must confess I used store bought. But here is my quiche.

It was really tasty. I think it will go on my list of yearly nettle recipes along with nettle soup and nettle pizza.

P. S. After dinner I got to play with my action figure. Check out all of the accessories!

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11 Responses to Stinging Nettle Quiche with Smoked Alaska Salmon

  1. What a fun birthday gift!


  2. I would get so distracted by the little chef!

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  3. Jeanne says:

    My goodness! That’s a big set of fun stuff!
    As for the stinging nettle recipes, i think I’ll let you make them! πŸ˜ƒ


    • Donna says:

      I will keep making them. Cooked nettles are quite tasty. Donna


      • Jeanne says:

        Do the nettles grow on your property? I remember them growing on the farm where I grew up in eastern Oregon. Remembering how they would sting if we touched them, is why I’m not anxious to try your recipes for them.


      • Donna says:

        Yes, they grow in abundance on our property. We kind of like them along the fence-lines as it is an add a layer of protection but it is especially annoying in our raspberries. They are hard to weed out there. I have been stung a lot but if you wear decent gloves they do not sting.


  4. FullyFleeced says:

    wow- the Swedish Chef comes with a lot of accessories! and even a chicken!! πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

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